transit – how it began.

On New Year's Eve 1989/1990, four photographers, two from East and two from West Germany , decided on the creation of transit - Christiane Eisler, Thomas Härtrich, Martin Jeninchen and Silke Geister composed a perception of the revolutionary changes in Germany in the first and critical year after the unification with their images and reportage. Silke Geister and Martin Jeninchen left the agency in 1993 and 2000 respectively. Peter Hirth joined in 1994. In 2001, the two existing partners decided on building an archive of professional images for the joint marketing of their pictures and to accept additional photographers into the archive. Sylvia Pollex was managing partner from 2001 2008. From 2010 until 2012 the managing partner Thomas Härtrich and Christiane Eisler were leading the agency. Since 2013 Christiane Eisler and her daughter Paula Eisler will be your reference persons.
transit – today.

photography represents current photojournalism and has nationwide and international presence in magazines, daily newspapers, textbooks and illustrated books. transit-photographers excel in advertising and business presentations such as image brochures from organisations and political parties.

The individuality of the photojournalists guarantees sophisticated photographs with differing styles and concepts.

transit Archive offers personal and creative supervision of your image needs, focuses on the new federal states and Eastern Europe and supplies images and ideas on the topics of politics, culture, economy, society and travel.

transit looks forward to hearing from you.